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  1. A bit of a story but I am very worried about something. On 21st April 2017 my aunt passed away. She had a son and a daughter (my cousins). She treated her daughter very cruelly all her childhood, whilst favouring the son and at 16 dtr left home, cut most ties, several attempts over years to put things right, no joy. Dtr now happy, loved, housed, and fed, all by her own hand and pure hardwork lol. However, the son is dishonest, used to thieve off his employers, and steal out of his mother's purse. He then set up a business with his sons and has been bankrupt three
  2. Shoplifting suspect dies after being tackled by store security guard Bit young to be a security guard isn't he ?
  3. Around 20 people have been killed and 42 hospitalised after a suspected terrorist opened fire at a gay nightclub in the Florida city of Orlando. Officials confirmed the shooter had been killed by police and was carrying a “suspicious device”. http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/orlando-shooting-florida-pulse-nightclub-attack_uk_575d23bde4b041514369cf54?fnu2428e7bc7bvs4i& Shooter inside the nightclub is dead The shooter behind an attack at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida is dead, police said Sunday, describing the scene as a "mass casualty situation. 4 videos. http:
  4. Hi - i wonder if anyone can help. My parents are on holiday in Majorca on a Thomson holiday (I am back in UK) My mum has become very ill, vomiting 6 times overnight and bedridden and unable to get up. My stepdad let me know. So far, I have called the helpline and they got in contact and a doctor came - charged €180 and said he suspected gastroenteritis. She has some medication and some isotonic water. It is only 2 days into a 1 week holiday. Has anyone been in a similar situation, especially with a view to: 1. making sure she gets the right treatment 2. pos
  5. here is the story. On Saturday (25th Oct), early in the morning I was heading towards the Tube station in London and I saw some fella heading towards me. He then stopped and offered me his paper railcard, saying that he's done with travelling for the day and kindly offered me to take his card. I accepted this as an act of kindness from the stranger and continued walking towards the station. Since I got a valid rail card, my initial intent to top up my existent Student Photocard Oyster was foregone. The rail card worked perfectly and was actually val
  6. I've posted several times on the forum regarding different issues, but this is something I strongly suspect is false paperwork. Had to order the Judgement Debtor to attend for questioning for the fact we have a CCJ and they're not paying. So, she brings all the evidence (and I was there to witness all this, and have their partner stare me out silently) and I receive a copy in the post. Now I'm not sure this is where I have any case whatsoever. They submit their partner's wageslip as "any other income to the household" and the wageslip stinks. Tax code is a very old one (it
  7. Hello all, I opened a restaurant in April and in March I arranged to have 2 phone lines and broadband with BT. In April I switched my energy supply to BES energy as their rates were about half of what British Gas wanted. Shortly after this I got a call from BES telecom and this is where it all went wrong. They wanted me to switch both of my lines and my broadband to them as they were cheaper. I told them that I was in contract with BT and if I moved I would receive a bill with cancellation charges which would remove the whole point of me moving as I wouldn't save any money. I was ass
  8. I have received a letter asking me to attend an interview under caution in relation to a benefit fraud. Alledgedly living with someone as husband and wife and fraudently claiming income support and housing benefit. I am a single mother to 5 children and do not live with anyone. The childrens father does visit my home regularly, almost every day. He is here to see his children and helps me get them to bed at night because first and foremost he wants to be a good father and secondly because 2 of our 5 children have disabilities and it is incredibly hard for me to deal wit
  9. Hi, I have been suspended from work recently due to suspected gross misconduct. My employment contract expired on 30th of August 2013 and since then I have not been given any written agreement of further extension of my contract. I have been working for two months without contract and getting paid. In August 2013 when I asked my employer to give me a permanent contract then the only thing he mentioned verbally to me was he can extend my contract for another 6 months. But it was only a verbal communication and he has never given me any proof of contract since then. Can my employer still suspend
  10. Evening all, Well, I've finally had a letter from DWP saying that I scored 0 points on my assessment, no surprise there - and that my entitlement to ESA has ended from last week. I've sent a letter by recorded delivery (yesterday) to DWP requesting a copy of the face to face assessment report as going by the DMs letter and what was said at the f2f most of my answers have either been omitted or changed and I want them to look at the decision again. I'm waiting for an appointment with someone to help me go through this procedure, but I was wondering if there is anything I should
  11. Hi guys yesterday I swapped my old car for a new one then today I had my friend (whos a mechanic) check it over and he is certain it has been in an accident in the past. And I was not told this so I want to know if I have any rights towards this matter? He told me the car ran perfect and he never had a problem with it. I suspect its been in a collision even more after looking at the V5 he put all his details down on. He put down his address is in Dorset but we met half way between where I live in Farnborough and he came from Birmingham. So I'm more led to believe this is a completely dodgy mot
  12. An insolvency manager who worked for the Insolvency Service, the government agency, has been reported to the police for allegedly stealing £126,000. The Insolvency Service, which administers the insolvency regime in England and Wales, confirmed to Credit Today “internal incidents” involving the alleged theft by an employee of £126,444 from insolvent estates. This resulted in “fruitless payments,” the service claimed, of £155,343 to compensate for the estate account losses. More: http://www.credittoday.co.uk/article/14245/online-news/insolvency-manager-suspected-of-stealing-126000
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